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Sandvik Hard Materials, Diamond Innovations join forces

April 3, 2014

New businesses name is Sandvik Hyperion.

Effective January 1, 2014, Sandvik Hard Materials has joined forces with Diamond Innovations by combining the previously independent operated companies into a new business—Sandvik Hyperion. The company says the merger of these businesses will benefit its customers by having a broader portfolio of materials solutions and by an increased scale in R&D and application development.  

Sandvik Hyperion is a full-line provider of cemented tungsten carbide, tungsten carbide powders, diamond and cubic boron nitride materials used in wide range of material-removal and wear-protection applications. In addition to innovative materials, Sandvik Hyperion offers product solutions, unique services and application development capabilities to support its customers’ competitive needs. With advanced production capabilities in powder processing, sintering, high-pressure high temperature synthesis, coating and finishing located in the Americas, Europe and Asia, Sandvik Hyperion has a truly global and fully integrated manufacturing operation.

For the nonwovens hygiene industry, Sandvik Hyperion offers high-tech products and services for rotary die cutting systems. This includes cutting solutions for babycare, femcare and adultcare, full design and engineering capabilities, operators training and advanced engineering training. It also offers assistance for start-up, troubleshooting, resharpening, maintenance and carbide recycling.

“We aim to be the most reliable and technologically leading hard and super-hard materials company," says
Johan Israelsson, president of Sandvik Hyperion. "We engage with customers to apply our materials and application knowledge to develop customized products and solutions for superior performance and reliability. The Sandvik Hyperion team values safety, entrepreneurialism, strong work ethic, superior products and commitment to exceeding the customers’ expectations.”

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